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  Wineberry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wineberry, a tree which is endemic to New Zealand.
Wineberry, a type of raspberry found in the United States
This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wineberry   (87 words)

 99-6337 -- U.S. v. Fortune -- 05/30/2000
Ervin Wineberry was later identified as the driver, and Fortune was identified as the passenger.
We "presume the jury resolved evidentiary conflicts in favor of the prosecution, and we defer to the jury's resolution." United States v.
United States, 516 U.S. We thus concluded that "use" involves "active employment of the firearm by the defendant" that "makes the firearm an operative factor in relation to the predicate offense." Gottlieb, 140 F.3d at 868 (quoting Bailey, 516 U.S. at 143).
www.kscourts.org /ca10/cases/2000/05/99-6337.htm   (4370 words)

 PCA Alien Plant Working Group - Wineberry (Rubus phoenicolasius)
Wineberry poses a threat to the native plants that grow in forest, field, stream and wetland edge habitats, open woods, and savannas and prairies.
DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES: Wineberry is found from New England and eastern Canada south to North Carolina and west to Michigan and Tennessee.
Wineberry has been used as a virus indicator for raspberry yellow spot and wineberry latent virus and numerous plant viruses have been isolated from it.
www.nps.gov /plants/alien/fact/ruph1.htm   (626 words)

 Plant Invaders of Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas: Wineberry
Wineberry is found from New England and eastern Canada to North Carolina and west to Michigan and Tennessee.
Wineberry poses a threat to native flora because of its vigorous growth, which allows it to crowd out native plants and establish extensive patches.
Wineberry can be controlled through mechanical means or by treating the canes with a systemic herbicide like glyphosate or triclopyr.
www.nps.gov /plants/alien/pubs/midatlantic/ruph.htm   (242 words)

 "My Uncle Henry - The Early Years"
It seems the United States Navy had been caught with its pants down, so to speak, by the Navy of Japan—the repercussions of which are key clues to why the planet is now, 100 years later, so higgledy-piggledy, nationwise—and the United States Navy had a long memory when it came to things like that.
When I say that the United States Navy's proverbial and collective pants were caught down around their knees, I mean that the main target of the attack, the aircraft carriers of the United States Navy, were not, as the Navy of Japan thought they were, in Pearl Harbor at the time.
Unfortunately, not all new United States Navy pilots made the same choice, so most of them were schooled extensively in using different kinds of airplanes to shoot bullets and drop bombs and launch torpedoes, the sole purpose of such devices being to dispatch people from the planet.
home.san.rr.com /prjacoby/henry.html   (6770 words)

 Articles - Wineberry (United States)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The wineberry ( Rubus phoenicolasius), a type of raspberry, grows wild in the eastern part of the United States.
The heart-shaped leaves grow in groups of three and are white underneath.
Wineberry is also a tree endemic to New Zealand.
www.devaflower.com /articles/Wineberry_(United_States)   (142 words)

 etymology.ca - Wineberry United States   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
BACKGROUND: Wineberry was introduced into the United States in 1890 as breeding stock for new Rubus cultivars.
Wineberry Rubus phoenicolasius Origin: Japan, Korea and China Background Introduced into the United States in 1890 as breeding stock...
...are grown extensively in Ohio and many parts of the United States where soils and climate...
www.etymology.ca /Wineberry-United-States/reference/fullview/wikipedia/1447323   (103 words)

 The Wineberry's Winning Ways   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In fact, my family and I spend months savoring our anticipation of each year's wineberry season (which, in our part of eastern Pennsylvania, is about mid-July), when we can wander through the woods and collect these goodies courtesy of Mother Nature.
In case you don't happen to live in an area where wineberries flourish, you'll be glad to know that it's possible to purchase plants by mail from seed companies.
Once the calyx (which houses the tiny immature morsels) opens to expose the fruit to the sun, the berries turn from green to yellow to orange, and finally to deep wine red when they're ready for sampling.
www.motherearthnews.com /library/1982_July_August/The_Wineberry_s_Winning_Ways   (1250 words)

 IPANE - Catalog of Species Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In the United States it has been reported from Vermont to Georgia and west to Illinois and Ankansas.
This plant was introduced into the United States in 1890.
Manual of Vascular Plants of the Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada.
webapps.lib.uconn.edu /ipane/browsing.cfm?descriptionid=93   (507 words)

 Hiking Storm King
In 1967, the family sold Bannerman Castle to New York State, which had plans to open the Island as a park, and for a short time in 1968 they ran tours of the island.
States Morris Dyckman a Loyalist during the Rev War He left and went to Britain.
This fort, in the North American zoo area of Bear Mountain State Park, was lost to the British in the Revolutionary War.
nynjctbotany.org /whudson/nystrmkn.html   (2011 words)

 Hansard -- Monday, June 16, 1986 -- Afternoon Sitting
It defiantly and blatantly states that it continues to buy from South Africa, and to send B.C. dollars in aid of a regime which is an outlaw to most of the civilized world.
Broadbent said that Canadian public support for a free-trade arrangement with the United States is waning, and he urged the labour movement to apply all the pressure it can muster against the federal Progressive Conservative government.
He said it was to achieve, through state action, the coordinated control of the economic forces of society; that it aims at the reorganization of society by the emancipation of land and industrial capital from individual and class ownership and the vesting of them in the community.
www.legis.gov.bc.ca /hansard/33rd4th/33p_04s_860616p.htm   (20310 words)

 winemaking: Making Wines from Wild Plants
Many plants bear fruit or other components that can be made into wine suitable for just about any palate.
On the pages that follow, I will be describing but a few of the thousands of wild edible plants in the United States and Canada which are suitable in one way or another for winemaking.
The summer of 2000 was the summer of fire in the western United States.
winemaking.jackkeller.net /plants.asp   (1870 words)

 Social & Political Issues in America: Resources in the Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley
An examination of the efficacy and ethics of prison privatization in the United States and of the prison industries that profit from the burgeoning prison population.
In the United States, executions have become almost routine, especially in Texas, where Boggess, a pianist, artist, class valedictorian and convicted murderer awaited the execution chamber.
In the United States the prison system costs 30 billion dollars per year to maintain and will escalate as stiffer sentences and tougher treatment are being demanded for criminals.
www.lib.berkeley.edu /MRC/SocialIssues.html   (16139 words)

 GORP - Long Island Rambles - Caleb Smith State Park   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1963, the state purchased the property, and by 1974 it was a state park.
To ensure the preservation of its unique environment, the state designated it as a park preserve (limited use), and in 1982 named the Nissequogue a Scenic and Recreational River.
A crop pest, this European species was introduced into the United States a century ago and is now widespread.
gorp.away.com /gorp/publishers/countryman/hik_cale.htm   (1566 words)

 Touch-Up Paint Wineberry Pearl Toyota Camry by Toyota 00258-003K2
Genuine Wineberry Pearl Toyota touch up paint not only covers chips, nicks and scratches; it also protects those areas from rust and corrosion when applied.
Wineberry Pearl Toyota touch up paint, when applied to the damaged area as soon as found, is a layer of factory color Wineberry Pearl protection to keep your Toyota looking new and corrosion free.
Every tube of Toyota Wineberry Pearl touch up paint features a built-in agitator to help mix the paint in the bottle before application as well as a built-in applicator brush located under the cap.
www.brandsport.com /toy-00258-003k2.html   (414 words)

 Enjoy All The Checks & Plaids In Wallpapers From Seamans Discount Wallpaper
A wineberry, forest, and cream plaid with a touch of blue.
A pastel plaid paper on a white background with colors of light blue, green and yellow.
A plaid paper with lines of burgundy spaced approximately 2 1/4 inches apart and lines of green and gold going horizontally and vertically on a tan background.
www.seamanswallpaper.com /Wallpaper/checks   (932 words)

 Brambles - Production Management and Marketing, Bulletin 782-99, Chapter 1 Management
Brambles - raspberries and flberries - are grown extensively in Ohio and many parts of the United States where soils and climate are favorable.
The supply of brambles available to the general public is relatively small because of unfavorable soil types and climate; the cost of production, disease control, and harvest labor; and rapid respiration after harvest (the crop is highly perishable).
Included in the brambles are raspberries, flberries, dewberries, loganberries, bayberries, and the wineberry.
ohioline.osu.edu /b782/b782_2.html   (925 words)

 The Wild Gardener / Mountain Xpress / Asheville, NC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
To clamp down on the importation of invasive plants into the United States.
So let's correct the problem: The USDA has ruled that a phytosanitary certificate must accompany all parcels of seed being imported into the United States.
But if this proposal is adopted, it will probably lead to the end of most international seed exchanges in the United States.
www.mountainx.com /garden/2002/0619wild.php   (513 words)

 The Ever Present Moment of Right Here & Now
Many experts in Europe and the United States doubt the Chinese are capable in the short term of competing with the United States in space, although both nations have stated goals of building moon bases and continuing on to Mars.
This will be the "go code" for the sleeper cells already in place in the United States to activate and synchronize their bombing attacks all at the same moment in order to generate the most confusion, fear, uncertainty and to further hinder coordinated rescue efforts.
It's clear from the communiques they've sent to the world that they feel the United States and it's European allies are like the Christian Knights of old - in fact Al Quaida training tapes show new recruits inflitrating buildings and attacking targets marked with Christian Crosses on them.
21stcenturygnostic.tripod.com /id6.html   (7813 words)

 Berne Library - The Most In-Depth Library Resource On The Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
State and University Library of Berne Berne, Switzerland.
The District Court held that: (1) Berne Convention on copyrights did not require United States courts to enforce...
This Pathfinder is a tool to aid in the identification of major publications and Internet resources of the organizations of the United Nations system.
library.article-times.com /index.php?k=Berne-library   (854 words)

Six men have been charged in the United States with helping Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda terrorist network.
His contribution was so highly regarded that Washington state declared June 10, 1994, 'James Ujaama Day'.
In Detroit, five men, all Arab nationals, were accused of forming a terror cell to plan attacks on targets in the United States and abroad.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/741294/posts   (905 words)

 bush / Bush (HyperDic hyper-dictionary)
President of the United States, United States President, President, Chief Executive
United States electrical engineer who designed an early analogue computer and who led the scientific program of the United States during World War II (1890-1974).
Vice President under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924).
www.hyperdic.com /dic/bush.htm   (287 words)

 Denver Man Disappeared for Website Content - www.stopamerica.org
We the people of the United States charge this government and their coalition with conspiracy to commit genocide and crimes of terrorism against Muslim people in our names."
I was Special Assistant to Jesse Wineberry at the time he ran for the U.S. Senate, and helped him to win a previous unprecedented bid for the State Legislature.
The United States of America has no right to accuse any government of crimes against humanity or to abolish their governments.
www.inminds.co.uk /boycott-news-0262.html   (4450 words)

 RecSupply.com Mobile Storage Bins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Offer valid in 48 contiguous United States only.
Our equipment bin conveniently holds aquatic fitness gear and miscellaneous equipment and can be moved around the pool area as needed.
Waterproof mesh fabric is available in four colors: Wineberry, Blue (shown), Teal and White.
recsupply.com /myweb/products/PVCStorageBins.htm   (111 words)

 Nestlebrae Exotics Tree Crops Seed Catalogue
United Kingdom: £2 per packet and £1 p and p.
Check for charges for postage and packing, as tree crops seeds are sometimes quite large.
United Kingdom: £3 per packet and £1 p and p.
www.helensville.co.nz /treecrop.htm   (2259 words)

 In Search of the Golden Mountain: Chinese Immigrants to America   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Women were allowed to join their spouses, and the Chinese population in the United States began increasing again.
Seeking opportunities and a better life, most Chinese immigrants who came to this country were faced with many obstacles to their success.
Despite this, the Chinese community in America managed to flourish and according to the census now represents nearly one-fourth of the rapidly growing Asian-American population, with more than 2.2 million Chinese residents currently living in the United States.
dite.wineberry.net /chineseimmigrants17.htm   (139 words)

 Invasives Plant Pests Literature Collection: Wineberry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Title: A comparative chromosome study of Rubus X nikaii, R. parvifolius and R. phoenicolasius (Rosaceae).
Title: Further properties of wineberry latent virus and evidence for its possible involvement in calico disease.
Author: Jones, A.T. Source: Agriculture handbook - United States Department of Agriculture, Combined Forest Pest Research and Development Program.
sain.nbii.gov /invasives/common78.shtml   (568 words)

 wine raspberry, Rubus phoenicolasius (Rosales: Rosaceae) @ IPM Images
Wine raspberry is a multi-stemmed, spiny, small shrub that invades open areas throughout the eastern United States.
It can form extensive, dense thickets that displace native vegetation and restrict light to the ground cover in open areas.
Wine raspberry is native to eastern Asia and was first introduced into the United States in 1890 as breeding stock for new raspberry cultivars.
www.ipmimages.org /browse/subimages.cfm?SUB=3072   (210 words)

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INTRO: In the states for which the schedules of the First Census still exist there were 27,337 surnames in 1790.
They are derived from the most common events of life, conditions, places, or things, and it may be said that they represent almost one-third of the population of the United States in 1790.
www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com /Census/1700/1790.Surnames.html   (1451 words)

The following is a compilation from invasive exotic plant lists of regional and state agencies in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
It is, however, the most accurate approximation of the invasive exotic plant species in the southeastern United States.
It is intentionally extensive in order to give the public a reasonable degree of confidence that any landscape plant not listed has a low potential for invasiveness.
www.ncbg.unc.edu /plants-to-avoid-SEUS.htm   (577 words)

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